Sara Goli’s award-winning black-and-white photography is simply breathtaking. Her style is minimalist and much like fine art photography, her pictures often capture the beauty of shadows and urban spaces. Shop art prints at ARVIVID.
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Cycling Alone$339 – $430
“This photo was taken during Corona . Lockdown city made people and trainers stay home so the city was empty but this cyclist broke the rules”. Goli’s original photography makes for intriguing shots allowing these moments to live through a new perspective, perfect for wall prints and frames. Drastic contrast turns the scene into a dramatically surreal landscape altogether lonely, vast, and strangely odd – not unlike the events of the past two years.
Flying Into the Light$339 – $445
The skater is caught in a moment of suspension, arms outstretched as if to take flight before gravity pulls him back down to the earth. This black & white photograph will transform your home, dorm or apartment & add emotion as a framed artwork piece.
This wall print draws the eyes of enthusiasts as well as any urban dweller. The architecture and human forms in our daily lives are visually transformed into modern mythical spaces and stories. Will the skateboarder return the surface of the ramp or instead fall into the vast void of darkness?
Among the Shape$339 – $475
A stunning original photograph reveals a new perspective of humans in our environments. The organic shapes warp the space to frame the striking sole figure against the inky backdrop. Fitting to its title, this piece opens a universe that seems to envelop its inhabitants in the beauty of a vast and shifting space. This black and white minimalistic photo as wall art will complement interior design schemes and adds stylistic modern flair to your room. This piece balances stillness with movement and change bringing an introspective sensibility through its mystery.
Bordering infinity$339 – $514
This striking abstract original artwork creates a universe by colliding geometric forms with recognizable textures and objects. The corner of a tennis court pierces an infinite starscape, a small tennis ball hovering near the edge as if to drop off into the oblivion of the vast galaxy. This decorative wall art provides a sense of wonder and surreal escape. Suited for working spaces in need of a calm and intriguing presence, this piece can provide a visual break from the screen whether at a coffee shop workspace or at the office. It can also be a great complement to a modern living room or bedroom to add the intrigue of the unknown.
Cycling Among the Column$339 – $445
Goli’s original photography focuses on capturing simple urban moments with clean and stunning minimalism. The diagonal perspective of this shot highlights the vertical lines and geometric patterns of the architecture forming potential obstacles along the cyclists journey. In contrast we witness the cyclist alone as a striking silhouette framed in pure black, a moment before they either continue on their straight trajectory or turn down the windowed hallway.
Architecture Hunting$339 – $475
Looking up from the depths of the city we see the world in a beautiful play of light and shadow. From this angle viewers observe the grand elegance of the curved cement which outshines the tinted sky beyond. Goli’s artist photography transforms activities of our daily lives into mythical spaces and stories. A morning jog becomes a profound experience where polarities of light and dark, nature and structure, movement and stillness meet in harmonious beauty.
Strikingly inspired architectural photographic piece of original wall art.
The forbidden zone$339 – $635
“This photo was taken during Corona .The man was selling newspapers but the city was empty”.
A surreal moment is captured in this original photograph amidst the pandemic lockdown. Almost an allegorical representation of the global situation, an X looms towards the man, captured in a slice of light against and inky backdrop. What could be a dramatic confrontation is questioned by the movement in his posture- as if to continue past the obstacle and seek the unknown territory that lies beyond.
The Liberty$339 – $514
“This photo was taken by me in Sharjah. It looks like a lock that had been opened and the bird was flying”
This original wall art black & white photograph calls the viewer for a questioning second glace. A bird is silhouetted against the bright sky, its flight path suggested by the geometric architecture. The spiral structure catches the light as a ramp up in to the heavens. The composition could be an interpretation of freedom, flight, and release into the wild.
The Dead End$339 – $528
A traveller continues their quest to the end, will it prove futile or is the destination eclipsed by the beauty of the journey? The diagonal dimension of this original photo highlights the drama of the known and unknown. The protagonist continues onwards, perhaps without the foresight that it is only dead ends that will meet them around the corner. As wall art this piece provokes contemplation and appreciation for nature’s poetic beauty.
3D Shadow$339 – $558
“Minimalism means less is more” Sara Goli’s original photography embodies her artistic ethos both in its process and the content it depicts. A rough concrete wall joins a smoother stone flooring, connected by a slim wooden slat leaning and casting a jaunty shadow. The first look of this photo provides a simple aesthetic clean composition. Variance in texture and material is highlighted by the simple setup that pronounces the shadows as if treating them as another material entirely. With a long look, the composition may shift with the mind producing a more abstract interpretation. Shadow and wood pop out as the geometric center of the composition; a triangle floating in space through which a single line thread through.
This piece complements a modern space as a framed photo for the wall. It encapsulates two worlds of art: photography and geometric abstraction. By doing so it also makes subtle comment and reminder that despite the critique and trends, art interpretation and perspective remains a subjective experience.